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Vandna Sikarwar*, Preeti Bhadauria, Akanksha Kulshreshtha and Dr. Mahendra Singh Ranawat


Synthetic dyes produce harmful effects, therefore the use of natural sources have been suggested as the substitute of chemicals for the preparation of dyes. Natural sources, which can be used in the preparation, could be any part of plants such as; flowers, leaves, stems and barks. Synthetic dyes negatively effect on healthby creating side-effects, whereas natural dyes have no side-effects. Moreover, natural dyes are eco-friendly as their waste is considered as biodegradable in nature and does not affect the environment. The common uses of natural dyes are found in colouring of textiles, drugs, cosmetics and owing to its non-toxicity these dyes are also used as edible colours. In India, there are many plants that can yield dyes. In addition, some of these plants also possess medicinal value. In this study, we extracted a natural paper colourant, which is obtained from the flower petals of plant Butea monosperma. Additionally, alum is used as mordant. This paper colourant possibly can be used in packaging paper for pharmaceutical industry and food industry.

Keywords: Colourant, Butea monosperma, dyes, natural dyes, modrant.

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